FL Technics Engine Services wins FAA approval for engine repair

FL Technics Engine Services has been approved by the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to provide aircraft engine repair and maintenance services in Kaunas, Lithuania.

The company becomes the first organisation in the country to achieve the approval, and one of just a few in the region.

“Addressing the supply and demand for aircraft engines and their components we are continuously investing in our assets, capacity, and capabilities, including a modern purpose-built engine shop with dedicated five-bay, storage, and support facilities. The certification by the FAA is an achievement for us as a team and as a global MRO organisation,” said FL Technics’ head of engine, airframe and materials services Julius Bogusevicius.

The new FAA certification is an extension of current FL Technics capabilities approved by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), enabling the company to deliver dual-release projects. This capability allows FL Technics to maintain and repair engines that can be sold and mounted on aircraft in both EASA and FAA-regulated markets.

“With the dual-release capability we are now set for further developments of our operations, including upcoming purchases of CFM family engines, in addition to already owned assets, as well as planned capabilities to provide engine teardown services,” Bogusevicius added.

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